The bricks which once walled the only gunpowder manufacturing facility in the Confederacy, powered by the Augusta Canal, were used to build the Sibley textile mill. The tall stack was left as a memorial for the "Late Unpleasantness", as the war was accurately named, after it ended.
J.J.M. Gracias por visitar mis fotos y su comentario. Las fotos en Panoramio se posicionan en el lugar en que etaba la cámara y no en el objeto. Saludos desde Santiago de Chile.
Just got back from here. Love this mill. Thank you, Georgia, for saving most of your old mills.
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Photo taken in West End, Augusta, GA, USA
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